President Joe Biden hailed the jury’s decision Tuesday finding former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all counts in the murder of George Floyd, but says it is just the start in fighting the “systemic racism” in America.
Following the verdict, the president promised Floyd’s family their victory was only the beginning, vowing to push for further policing reforms and “much more.”
Floyd family attorney Ben Crump took a call from Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris after the verdict was announced, and the lawyer put the phone on speaker for the family gathered around.
“Nothing is gonna make it all better, but at least…now there’s some justice,” the president began. “I think of Gianna’s comment, ‘My daddy’s gonna change the world,” Biden said, referring to Floyd’s daughter, before declaring, “He’s gonna start to change it now.”
“I think of Gianna’s comment ‘my daddy’s going to change the world’—he’s going to start to change it now,” President Biden tells Floyd’s family.
“We’re going to get a lot more done,” He said on police reform. “This can be a first shot at dealing with genuine systemic racism.” https://t.co/ouVpzsLVvd
— Ryan Brooks (@ryanbrooks) April 20, 2021
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